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    On a cold Autumn evening...

    Hello,

    Could you tell me which sentence(it's actually not a sentence) is more correct?

    'On a cold Autumn evening.'

    'On a cold Autumn's evening.'

    Thanks

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    Re: On a cold Autumn evening...

    Quote Originally Posted by sondra View Post
    Hello,

    Could you tell me which sentence(it's actually not a sentence) is more correct?

    'On a cold Autumn evening.'

    'On a cold Autumn's evening.'

    Thanks
    I much prefer the first.
    If something isn't a sentence, you can call it a phrase, or a clause if it has a verb in it. This is a phrase.

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    Re: On a cold Autumn evening...

    As with the other post in which you put the same phrase, you don't need a capital letter for "autumn".

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